The tools of the trade. Financial Sustainability of Water, Waste Water, and Watershed Management. David eberle. Idaho Power Company - Rate and Cost-of-Service Analyst Adjunct Professor – Regulatory, Regional ,Urban ,and Environmental Economics
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Financial Sustainability of Water, Waste Water, and Watershed Management
The Environmental Finance Center Network
A Resource for the Nation
USEPA Region 10
Southern Maine (R1)
North Carolina (R4)
New Mexico Tech
University (R6, R8)
The University-based Environmental Finance Center Network Provides Third-Party Assistance to Communities and Groups on Financing Environmental Compliance
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Will the customers by happy?
Not saving for all capital requirements
Inadequate saving for plant replacement
Full Cost Identification
What are the total costs of the utility?
Pricing of Utility Service: Five Basic Steps
How much money is needed for each utility function?
How do we divide function costs based on customer use?
Select User Fee SystemWhat are our policy goals?
NEW Rate Level without FCF
Full cost funding level
Total utility costs
Amortized utility debt (P & I)
Financial needs should be reviewed annually to keep up with the full costs the system
The Watershed is a mosaicof public, private, and nonprofit land ownership encompassing a myriad of land uses.
Using a extensive collection of terms can broaden the sources of funding for your source water protection plan.
Identify stakeholders and land uses within a watershed to create a patchwork of funding opportunities.
An on-line, searchable database of financial
resources for watershed restoration.
EPA’s Four Pillars of Sustainable Infrastructure
The Public’s Investment
in Safe Drinking Water
Full Cost Pricing